Petite Friture ‘s Abstraction collection includes lighting and wallpaper featuring geometric patterns based on optical illusions and modernist buildings. Read more
crafted with care, much like how music shapes our lives, the klipsch ‘capitol one special edition’ combines classic design with modern acoustic technology. The post retro-influenced klipsch and capitol records’ special edition speaker appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .
This modern mega-mansion resembles a Las Vegas penthouse, with its own bowling alley and waterfall.
Maceta Piedra Luna by Diamantina & La Perla. Spherical concrete planters on powder coated steel stands
the building’s four main wings are connected by ‘squares’ or ‘piazzas,’ which create localized meeting points and foster the sense of community activity. The post Aedas references traditional indonesian village life for unilever headquarters in jakarta appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .
In the automotive world, there are a few cars that are sort of royalty, cars that are beloved by car enthusiasts, almost unanimously. The Ferrari 250 GT California, Jaguar E-Type and the E30 BMW M3 are all among automotive royalty. Another car among the royals is the Mazda MX-5
Montreal architect Paul Bernier has completed a home clad in blackened timber and weathering steel on the shores of a lake in rural Quebec . Read more
Have you heard there’s a solar eclipse happening on Monday?
We rely on trucks to get the goods we need from one place to another, but all of those semi trucks spew a lot of pollution. So Siemens and the German state of Hesse teamed up to create a 6-mile stretch of electric highway on the autobahn . Hybrid trucks can connect to overhead charging cables to drive on pure electricity, and then switch back to diesel power once they leave the eHighway
Watch while you weed , or you may lose a ring. Gloves can help, not only to prevent contact with soil-borne infections and bacteria, but also to keep prized possessions on your person. Mary Grams of Alberta, Canada learned this the hard way